Role of Botulinum Toxin in the Peri-Operative Management of the Spastic Limb
Dr. Patricia Mills
Friday, April 5 - 1330-1400
Learning objectives:

Understand the rationale for use of BoNT peri-operatively in the spastic limb
Know preliminary results of a systematic review on current evidence for use of peri-operative BoNT for limb spasticity
Be able to provide a case based example of the importance of BoNT for improving surgical outcomes on spastic limbs

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